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Soil pH and exchangeable aluminium in contrasting New Zealand high and hill country soils
NZGA: Research and Practice Series
Soil acidity and associated aluminium (Al) toxicity severely limit the establishment and growth of legumes in New Zealand high country pastures. A survey of 13 soils differing in location, soil order, parent material and climate, showed soil pH to range from 4.9 to 6.4 and exchangeable Al (0.02M CaCl2) concentrations ofdoi:10.33584/rps.16.2016.3245 fatcat:oy2c463r4vaq3jnsykhatnlwtu